Am 2011-12-13 um 14:50 schrieb Wolfgang Schuster:
Works for me, but not in the wiki (I can’t get colors there, too).
The wiki use MkII and you have to enable colors first.
I did enable colors, but don’t get any. Maybe the color switch is not
in the MkII version.
Am 2011-12-13 um 15:15 schrieb Idris Samawi Hamid ادريس سماوي
Hmm, I did not realize that dropped caps were still supported in
MkIV base so I've been using
which also lets you set not only dropped caps but the next couple of
words or so in another font -- such as small caps.
Henning: Maybe you can try lettrines as well and compare them, see
which works best for what you're trying to do ... Here is a sample
for you to play with
Thank you for the hint, but I only need that one dropped cap. Even if
the first line/sentence in small caps looks very classical, I don’t
really like it.
I added your example to the wiki page: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Initials
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